Startup advice please
Hello Dear UE4 Users,
I am totally new guy here. I am developer over 10 years (I start from board games long time ago) I am 33 years old. I was used "stencyl game engine" which is cool for 2D games but is very limited.
Now I am on crossroad between Unreal and other game engines.. My problem is kwnoledge of real programming langues..Actually - I don`t like it at all! I like visual programming. So now Blueprint seems like very powerfull Visual scripting system, the only problem is poor documentation and video tutorials. anyway my question is simple:
I am vey tired from freelancer jobs,I am looking for full-time. Is it possible for me to find full-time job in other country like blueprint programmer?
Any advice will be very helpful for me ..Thanks in advance and regards to all
asked Aug 25 '16 at 08:12 AM in Using UE4
i'am in about the same situation as you are (except i was nt programmer, but tired of being a freelancer too :) ) what i can say is that the blueprint system is very powerfull (but be careful to stay tidy for optimisation...) and i m learning the engine since april (i have a few basis in C and Java that helps a bit ) and i found lots of documentation and tutorials (on the forums, youtube, and personnal blogs from devs). and in a few mounth, with all that, i achieved to create a full working MP game. so i think you re a bit wrong when you re saying that there no much documentation, just hit the forums and you ll find lots of stuffs. for finding i can t say, cause i don t really know the market, but it seems that lots of indie are starting to use BP to prototype their game.
answered Aug 25 '16 at 09:18 AM
hi there! forums are back ! you can send me PM via my profile if you need to !
answered Aug 27 '16 at 09:33 AM
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